A trial has been set for a Newtown man who allegedly threatened and called a police officer a homosexual.
Frederick Xavier of Newton pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct in which allegedly called Constable M. Walters a ‘buggerer’ on September 1, 2010 at the Roseau Police Station.
He also pleaded not guilty to threatening Corporal P Bertrand by allegedly stating, “If I had my tool I would burst your belly,” on August 31 on Victoria Street, Newtown.
In addition, Xavier who appeared before Magistrate Candia George this morning, said he was not guilty of refusing to give his name and address to Corporal Bertrand.
He however pleaded guilty to another disorderly conduct charge where he stated, “If I write my name on a piece of paper you cannot read it. I tell you already you ‘tebeh’…” to Bertrand.
“I guilty for saying that,” he told the court this morning.
He was bailed for $5,000 with his mother as surety and will appear in court on November 16, 2010 for trial.
He was told to stay away from trouble while on bail and to report to the Roseau Police Station every Monday.